1 Demarcate (verb)
separate or distinguish from. (विलग करना)
Synonyms: separate, delimit, differentiate, isolate, discriminate
Antonyms: unite, connect, combine, join
Example: Parking spaces are demarcated by white lines.

2 Adherent (noun)
a person who strongly supports a particular person, principle, or set of ideas. (समर्थक)
Synonyms: supporter, disciple, partisan, buff, votary
Antonyms: sceptic, cynic, disbeliever, doubter
Example: She has long been an adherent of the Communist Party.

3 Interminable (adjective)
endless or apparently endless. (अनंत)
Synonyms: ceaseless, everlasting, incessant, perpetual
Antonyms: finite, brief, ephemeral, temporary
Example: The journey seemed interminable.

4 Inescapability (noun)
the fact of being certain to happen and unable to be avoided or prevented. (अनिवार्यता)
Synonyms: unavoidability, inevitability, inexorability, obviousness
Antonyms: unpredictability, uncertainty, doubtfulness, incertitude
Example: He was learning to accept the inescapability of death.

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5 Distinction (noun)
a difference or contrast between similar things or people. (अंतर)
Synonyms: contrast, dissimilitude, divergence, variance
Antonyms: similarity, resemblance, equivalence, correspondence
Example: We must draw a clear distinction between right and wrong.

6 Benign (adjective)
pleasant and kind. (सौम्य)
Synonyms: amiable, gentle, nonthreatening, congenial, agreeable
Antonyms: malignant, menacing, malicious, harmful
Example: The effects of this chemical are fairly benign.

7 Desecrate (verb)
to damage or show no respect towards something holy or very much respected. (अपवित्र करना)
Synonyms: defile, vandalise, profane, blaspheme
Antonyms: consecrate, sanctify, hallow, venerate
Example: She shouldn’t have desecrated the picture of a religious leader.

8 Repugnant (adjective)
in conflict or incompatible with. (प्रतिकूल)
Synonyms: averse, adverse, hostile, antagonistic
Antonyms: agreeable, suitable, comfortable
Example: A by-law must not be repugnant to the general law of the country.

9 Reprehensible (adjective)
extremely bad or deserving censure. (निंदनीय)
Synonyms: deplorable, despicable, culpable, ignoble
Antonyms: creditable, praiseworthy, laudable, commendable
Example: His conduct was thoroughly reprehensible.

10 Blemish (verb)
spoil the appearance or quality of (something) (दूषित करना)
Synonyms: spoil, mar, tarnish, vitiate, stain
Antonyms: restore, enhance, improve, raise
Example: The novel is blemished by those long descriptions.

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